Yep; am bored, quite disheartened from a BB perspective and don't bother no more......... We will be back at the levels of before but not for some time...... In the mean time - Dorset sailing...... ;0)
Happy to indulge in some idle speculation ;-) I think that BP has to be the frontrunner but wouldn't be surprised if it were Chevron or Tullow. As for facts, it's a fact that LB said recently that the centrals were being progressed and that he hoped to announce something shortly. It's also a fact that the license is up for renewal before 31 August and that the last time it got renewed it was done so in May. So why is it taking so much longer this time? Probably because they are having to look at drill plans and farm-in partners.
That is a good point Nige - when we bought the car the sales guy at Stratstone was trying to impress us with 'better gauge steel because TATA also own a steel company' .. It was not a selling point to me but 1 year old and £20k off list was a good deal. Is anything really British these days !!
Bring back the good old days. Excellent posting, excellent share price and a distinct lack of measuring who's got the biggest tool in the box! C'mon guys we're all p****d off at the sp but look at a lot of the other oilies, the sector is just out of favour right now. Don't you think that everyone involved with. Chariot would love to see the sp around £3.00 again just be patient and look upon this as a massive buying opportunity, I know I do.
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